Shahi Masala Birmingham is a completely halal, continental buffet restaurant that we can’t get enough of. What does continental buffet mean exactly? It means a feast of the very best Italian, Indian, Pakistani and Chinese dishes, all cooked fresh by chefs who really know their stuff. And don’t for a second think that quantity means compromise in terms of quality, because only the finest ingredients are used at Shahi Masala Birmingham. You’ll find the restaurant on Burney Lane in Ward End housed inside a gorgeous old pub that seats 300 people comfortably. Shahi Masala is popular so to avoid missing out on food this good you’re going to want to reserve your spot in advance.
Shahi Masala Birmingham is a pleasant place to sit owing to cool, contemporary decor and lots of fancy lighting. The buffet counters are big, clearly labelled and there’s even a few live cooking stations for you to see your food prepared right there in front of you. As we said, you’ll find Shahi Masala Birmingham on Burney Lane in Ward End, easily accessed from wherever you happen to be in this part of suburban Birmingham. In terms of the food, well, there’s plenty to try and plenty that’ll keep you returning.
One of our favourite things about buffet is you can pair all sorts of things together, so why not start your meal at Shahi Masala buffet restaurant with some honey potatoes with salt & pepper veg or some peri peri chicken? Afterwards there are mains that range from peanut butter chicken to Thai green curry or a customised stir-fry, followed by desserts like banoffee pie or bread and butter pudding. As you can see, the spectrum is wide at Shahi Masala Birmingham and it’s some of the best buffet we know of in this part of the city. Head to Ward End armed with a reservation – you’ll need one.
Excellent quality food. Helpful staff! Who helped us with any quesstions we may have had. Overall me and the people I was with had a great experience. Would recommend Shahi Masala to anyone!
Food was excellent, can’t believe how much choice there was. We went at 7pm and was really busy and I can understand why. Staff constantly collecting from tables, our water was automatically refilled when the bottle was empty, and food was monitored closely and replenished when needed. We will definitely be going back here
Food was very spicy or bland, chops were under cooked, Chinese food too much soya sauce, all the Indian sweets were big disappointment considering it’s a Indian restaurant and nan bread was so tough it felt like we are chewing on leather. The only things were good are the cheese chicken kebab and dosa.